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Oktoberfest in Fremont

I, along with 22 of my buddies, are descending on Seattle for the game on Saturday. Looking at the Fremont Oktoberfest and it looks like a jolly good time. Any firsthand experience? Is Fremont a good spot for some Friday night frivolity? Any advice is appreciated.

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    I, along with 22 of my buddies, are descending on Seattle for the game on Saturday. Looking at the Fremont Oktoberfest and it looks like a jolly good time. Any firsthand experience? Is Fremont a good spot for some Friday night frivolity? Any advice is appreciated.

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    In all seriousness, @MikeDamone has the best advice for pregame activities. Things like getting the ribs and rickshaw special on game day. He’ll get you set up.
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  • MikeDamoneMikeDamone Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 35,975
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    edited September 13

    I, along with 22 of my buddies, are descending on Seattle for the game on Saturday. Looking at the Fremont Oktoberfest and it looks like a jolly good time. Any firsthand experience? Is Fremont a good spot for some Friday night frivolity? Any advice is appreciated.

    Skip Obtoberfest and Fremont. It’s lame.

    I would hit the Met or Daniels for steak. Anthony's or Ray's for Seafood. Alki Tavern has the best burger in town. Northlake tavern has great pizza and cold beer and you can walk to the game from there.

    The Ram at U village has an incredible "Ribs 'n Rickshaw" special $15.99 all you can eat and a ride to the game in a rickshaw. Plus they have a lot of cool HD TV's so you can hang with your peeps and catch some other games.

    If you like to have a few "sodas" you can can carry them around in a big red cup.

    Don't forget to go to the Space Needle. Hit the Underground tour. Visit the Locks. Go to the Experience Music Project. Visit Pike Place Market and see the flying fish and the big piggy bank. Hit the Seattle Art Museum. Don't forget to go to the Seattle Center Fun Forest. Oh,and walk down to the water front. Go to Ivars. Get the large chowder.
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  • RivalryTrophyRivalryTrophy Member Posts: 3
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    Fantastic. Can't wait for the weekend. Have seen games at USC, Cal, Autzen but this has always been the West Coast game/place I've been waiting to see.
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 28,417
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    I, along with 22 of my buddies, are descending on Seattle for the game on Saturday. Looking at the Fremont Oktoberfest and it looks like a jolly good time. Any firsthand experience? Is Fremont a good spot for some Friday night frivolity? Any advice is appreciated.

    Skip Obtoberfest and Fremont. It’s lame.

    I would hit the Met or Daniels for steak. Anthony's or Ray's for Seafood. Alki Tavern has the best burger in town. Northlake tavern has great pizza and cold beer and you can walk to the game from there.

    The Ram at U village has an incredible "Ribs 'n Rickshaw" special $15.99 all you can eat and a ride to the game in a rickshaw. Plus they have a lot of cool HD TV's so you can hang with your peeps and catch some other games.

    If you like to have a few "sodas" you can can carry them around in a big red cup.

    Don't forget to go to the Space Needle. Hit the Underground tour. Visit the Locks. Go to the Experience Music Project. Visit Pike Place Market and see the flying fish and the big piggy bank. Hit the Seattle Art Museum. Don't forget to go to the Seattle Center Fun Forest. Oh,and walk down to the water front. Go to Ivars. Get the large chowder.
    This here is the reason one finds a message board, creates a username, verifies email address and makes a post. Everything is perfect. Thanks a ton.

    We decided to do the sailgating thing as we don't anticipate ever having the opportunity again. So we'll be raising hell on the DawgBoat while some "GasMan" tells us about Steve Entman and I will love it all.

    By the way, my first Husky memory is Mario Bailey's Heisman pose.
    Don't forget cargo shorts and an oversized Michigan St jersey.
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  • MikeDamoneMikeDamone Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 35,975
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    I, along with 22 of my buddies, are descending on Seattle for the game on Saturday. Looking at the Fremont Oktoberfest and it looks like a jolly good time. Any firsthand experience? Is Fremont a good spot for some Friday night frivolity? Any advice is appreciated.

    Skip Obtoberfest and Fremont. It’s lame.

    I would hit the Met or Daniels for steak. Anthony's or Ray's for Seafood. Alki Tavern has the best burger in town. Northlake tavern has great pizza and cold beer and you can walk to the game from there.

    The Ram at U village has an incredible "Ribs 'n Rickshaw" special $15.99 all you can eat and a ride to the game in a rickshaw. Plus they have a lot of cool HD TV's so you can hang with your peeps and catch some other games.

    If you like to have a few "sodas" you can can carry them around in a big red cup.

    Don't forget to go to the Space Needle. Hit the Underground tour. Visit the Locks. Go to the Experience Music Project. Visit Pike Place Market and see the flying fish and the big piggy bank. Hit the Seattle Art Museum. Don't forget to go to the Seattle Center Fun Forest. Oh,and walk down to the water front. Go to Ivars. Get the large chowder.
    This here is the reason one finds a message board, creates a username, verifies email address and makes a post. Everything is perfect. Thanks a ton.

    We decided to do the sailgating thing as we don't anticipate ever having the opportunity again. So we'll be raising hell on the DawgBoat while some "GasMan" tells us about Steve Entman and I will love it all.

    By the way, my first Husky memory is Mario Bailey's Heisman pose.
    Sailgating is lame
  • BleachedAnusDawgBleachedAnusDawg Member Posts: 7,156
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    I know the OP is being sarcastic, but it's September right now.
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